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fLIP54: Awareness

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3. Editor’s Note
8. Naomi James – May Their Memory be for a Blessing
14. Sandra Roberts – I Couldn’t Bear to Listen
50. Book Review – Silent Voice, Bunshri Chandaria
52. Exhibition Review – 34th LIP Annual
56. Exhibition Review – Crossing Lines, Eve Milner
58. Exhibition Review – Invisible Threads
61. Lizzie Brown – Lifetime Member
62. Ruislip Group Online Exhibition Review

Naomi James is a photographer based in South London with a particular interest in Polaroid photography and alternative processes.

Sandra Roberts As an outdoor photographer Sandra’s photographs focus on the changes man has made on the landscape. She is interested in how man’s behaviour, individual stories and history create a sense of place.

Bunshri Chandaria says the photography journey for her started when she was given a manual camera more than 40 years ago. Even before her BA, graduating in Photography in 2015, she was always drawn to bringing awareness about social issues through her art work.

Eve Milner explores recurring themes of identity, memory, belonging, ageing and gender through local social documentary projects.
instagram: @evemilnerphotography

With thanks also to: Dorota Boisot, Astrid Zweynert and Colleen Rowe Harvey for their contributions.